Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wordful Wednesday - Two Different Personalities

My boys are only 13 months apart.  Both wear the same size clothing, and were the same height and weight for the longest time.  Yet they couldn't be any further in their personalities and mannerisms. 

Logan has taken an inerest in beading jewelry.  He spends lots of time with me on the weekends making necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

Adam races on the weekends with my husband.  They both have RC cars and race their vehicles on a carpeted track
  It's amazing the amount of time and money that goes into RC racing.  My husband is the competitive one, while Adam likes to race for fun.  He was on Cloud Nine last weekend though when he won all three time trial races for his class and the overall race.  It was his first time for a big win. 

I usually hang with Logan on the weekends while Jason and Adam go racing.  The girls, when they're not busy working or spending time with their other parents, like to go to the track and watch the boys race.  I actually went out last weekend and watched Jason and Adam race for a little bit.  I was so happy when Adam grinned from ear to ear, having his mom come out and watch him.  I must've been his good luck charm.

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blueviolet said...

I didn't expect the car to be so gigantic! Very cool!

Stacy Uncorked said...

I love that both boys have their own individual personality. I bet Logan makes some awesome jewelry!

And I love the look of pride on Adam's face while holding the most awesome RC car I've seen yet! :)

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Marie said...

How neat that both your sons have their favorite things to do with mom and dad -- wonderful photos of them both! They're very handsome!

I'm a new follower as well.

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Ahhh love it!

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement said...

How great that both your boys have their own thing they do-I think that's so important!

I'm glad you got to go see your son race, too :) That must have been so exciting!